Where a child has disclosed abuse, the child needs immediate protection and the court is place to go, because unlike Child Protective Services, the court has the power to stop contact between a child and a parent. To succeed with an emergent appeal, however, one must understand the high standards to prevail. In their Family Law column, Toby Kleinman and Daniel Pollack examine the issues involved with these appeals.
Pollack, D. & Kleinman, T. (2021, April 14). When to file an emergency appeal in Family Court, https://www.researchgate.net/publication/350873841_When_To_File_an_Emergency_Appeal_in_Family_Court
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